ABM Security Services Wins U.S. Postal Service
Supplier Performance Award
May 20, 2010 05:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The U.S. Postal Service has awarded ABM Security Services a
Supplier Performance Award for the Company’s service in 2009. ABM Security was one of only 13 companies out
of the USPS’s more than 15,000 suppliers in 2009 to receive a supplier service award. ABM Security Services is a
subsidiary of ABM Industries Incorporated (NYSE:ABM), the leading provider of facility services in the United
In a press release the USPS noted that it uses its annual supplier service awards to recognize companies providing
“superior supply chain performance and delivering best-value solutions that reduce costs, enhance performance,
maintain high levels of service and collaborate to grow the business.” U.S. Post Master General John E. Potter
presented the Award to ABM Security Services President Chris Hansen in Washington, DC, on April 26.
ABM Security provides the USPS with unarmed contract security personnel at Postal Service facilities nationwide.
ABM has been providing security services to the Postal Service since 2004, and this is the second time the
Company has received a USPS Supplier Performance Award.
Said Henrik Slipsager, ABM president and CEO: “ABM is extremely pleased and honored to receive the Postal
Service Supplier Performance Award for the outstanding work provided by ABM Security Services. This award
highlights ABM Security's positive ongoing relationship with the Postal Service and underscores the traditional values
we share with our valued customers, and the mutual benefits of visionary thinking leading to innovative solutions.
ABM Security Services and all of our employees are proud to support the Postal Service in its critical mission to
constantly improve the process of mail delivery to the more than 146 million homes and businesses that depend on
the Postal Service annually. We are grateful for this recognition."